By browsing our site you accept the installation and use cookies on your computer. Know more

Menu Labex-tulip Logos tutelles

Home

Innovation

The Labex brings together biologists who work on interactions at the molecular scale as well as ecologists who work on interactions from the organism to ecosystem scale. These complementary approaches make it possible to improve knowledge from direct experience, in the field, and to evaluate the long-term environmental impact of new human processes.
tournesol

The spectacular growth of agricultural productivity during the twentieth century was made possible thanks to several remarkable developments in farming techniques: genetic selection, agrochemicals, mechanized and intensive production. This revolution in agricultural practices has, however, generated numerous environmental problems with the excessive use of pesticides, nitrates and phosphates. Humanity now needs to develop environmentally friendly farming techniques.

Two main axes:

Beside improving low-input agricultural strategies and quality of crops, a second set of added values of TULIP translational research programs will be environmental. On the one hand, fundamental questions addressed by scientists working using molecular approaches are complemented by environmental approaches leading to engineering and ecological restoration. On the other hand, involving ecologists is a unique opportunity to study long-term environmental impacts of new products developed by biologists.

One of the aims of the TULIP project is to strengthen research at the interface between sciences that appear as most applied (chemistry, agronomy and environmental conservation). Interactions between applied and fundamental research is also one of TULIP specificities and must lead to enhance observatories. In the medium term, researchers hope to improve biodiversity management and, thanks to some strong links with environmental agencies, influence public policy as, for example,  taking biodiversity into account in local planning and the organization of territories.

Research development is based on relationships between scientific institutions and industrial partners: Toulouse SATT (Toulouse Tech Transfer), INRA Transfert, Agrimip innovation cluster, agro-industrial and seed companies.

Innovation calls for projects

The purpose of this call for proposals is to support valorisation or pre-maturation / pre-valorisation actions and concerns the scientific community of TULIP as well as the private partners of our network. A period of 6 months is left to the potential projects leaders to allow a co-construction of the project and the relationship with partners.

We remind you briefly the conditions of attribution:

  • The projects must be co-funded, the TULIP partner must contribute at least 50% of the total cost of the project
  • Writing a one-page letter of intent
  • Duration of the project 6 - 12 months,
  • Selection by the TULIP Innovation Committee

Propose a project >>>

See the project supported in third wave in 2018 >>>

See the projects supported in second wave in 2016 >>>

See the projects supported in first wave in 2015 >>>

Pattents:

  • COMBIER JP et al. A : Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la croissance des plantes - Juin 2014 LRSV
  • COMBIER JP et al. B : Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la croissance des plantes -  Juin 2014 LRSV
  • COMBIER JP et al. Utilisation de micropeptides pour favoriser la symbiose mycorhizienne - Juin 2014 LRSV
  • ERRAKHI R et al. Utilisations en agriculture d'une nouvelle bactérie du genre Streptomyces. N° 135986 européen - Septembre 2013 LRSV
  • COMBIER JP et al. Utilisation de peptides pour réguler l’expression de gènes - Octobre 2013 LRSV
  • BONO JJ et al. Utilisation d'un récepteur kinase à motifs LysM pour améliorer la réponse des plantes aux lipochitooligosaccharides. N° PCT/IB2013/058147 - Août 2013 LIPM
  • HERRBACH et al. Compositions and methods for enhancing plant growth and development. N° PCT/IB2013/058879 - Septembre 2013 LIPM
  • ROBY D. et al. Resistance to black rot disease in plants from the Brassicaceae family. N° 12305106.2. européen - Janvier 2012 LIPM
  • RODIUC N. et al. Plants resistant to pathogens and methods for production thereof. # WO/2012/017067. - 2012 LIPM
A new project supported by the TULIP 2018 Innovation Call

A new project supported by the TULIP 2018 Innovation Call

As part of the LabEx actions to promote innovation, the "Innovation" call for projects aims at supporting valorization or pre-maturation /...
Read more
Two selected projects for the 2016 AO Innovation second call !

Two selected projects for the 2016 AO Innovation second call !

Launched in June 2016, this call for "Innovation" projects opened to the TULIP scientific community aims at supporting actions of valorization or...
Read more
Two selected projects for the 2015 AO Innovation first call !

Two selected projects for the 2015 AO Innovation first call !

As we announced in the previous issue, TULIP launched last November a call for projects to support actions of transfer or pré-maturation by members...
Read more
Innovation call for project

Final lap for the Innovation call for project

As part of its general objectives of stimulating the transfer of scientific discoveries in collaborative projects with private partners, the LabEx...
Read more